Hahnville continued to roll on the volleyball court Tuesday, defeating archrival Destrehan in three games, 25-23, 25-23 and 25-21.
Stephanie Oubre had 17 kills for Hahnville while Kylie Roux added 15. Ellie Bergeron had 36 assists.
For Destrehan, Emily Richardson had 25 assists. Johnesha Vinnett had 13 kills and Gabby Naquin and Hailey Richard each had two blocks.
HHS coach Mendi LeBouef said she didn’t feel the Tigers had their “A-game,” but that her team pulled things together when it had to.
“We didn’t play our best, but we pushed through to win all three,” LeBouef said. “I felt we played average volleyball … we had been improving in terms of consistency and maybe slipped back a little bit. But at the same time, it was very good to get the win.”
The Tigers are hovering near the 20 mark in Division I power points with one match remaining in the regular season, meaning HHS is likely to be on the road for a first round game when the state playoffs begin next week.
Last week, Hahnville bested St. Charles Catholic in a tough five game match, winning 24-26, 25-21, 22-25, 25-14 and 15-12.
“It was a really exciting, back and forth match,” LeBouef said. “St. Charles defends really well and it was a great test for us.”
Kylie Roux finished with 21 kills and 4 aces while Stephanie Oubre added 18. Ellie Bergeron had a season-high 50 assists to go along with 7 kills. Gabby Constant had 8 kills while Brennan Young had 6.
The Tigers bested East St. John in three games, 25-18, 25-14 and 25-16.
Roux had 11 kills and Oubre 10. Bergeron made 24 assists. Alyssa Folse served three aces and had 7 digs. Constant had 9 digs.